Adu Amani, fast Ghanaian accessory designer, recently spotted Rising Sun school dumping waste by her streets. Apparently, the designer took it upon herself to approach them and request they stop and they replied ‘Fi ho’. Which is an expression for Go away, sort of similar sentiments to get out of my face.
Despite Adu Amani being big by brand name in Ghana, the fairly small lady could not take on the larger sized perpurtrators and had to subject to their waste dumping near her house. Technically, imagine a school coming to dump rubbish near your place of sleep. Encouraging all sorts of fumes and creatures into your area.
RisingSun is a privately owned Ghanaian company established in September 2007 in Accra, precisely in New Bortianor, Accra West and Dome in Accra North. The original shareholders are Patrick Acheampong and Emenefa Acheampong. Whom might or might not be aware aware of the activities their school is executing and are on the receiving end of our complaint form at the bottom of this article.
The school has both local and international investors who are Ebankese Fund, a local venture capital fund in Ghana; Social Venture Capital Fund (SOVEC), BV, Netherlands and P.C.Groenen Beheermatschcapij, Netherlands who together provide financial support, but not enough to avoid trashing the country of Ghana.
Ghana’s waste problem has continiously grown in the recent years. Next to the horrific light and power cuts the waste problem is one that is increasing destroying the amazing tourism benefits of the nation. We can only bring this to the attention of our readers and for the concern of Ghana and other perpetrators who chose to trash the country, please fill in the form below. Comment section is further down.
Update: Message Form Has Been Removed
With that said, here is an interesting video that may indicate that Ghana’s trash problems could somewhat be a resolution to our energy problem in the future considering politicians take heed and don’t forget to send your complaints.